Bees in Crisis: Colony Collapse, Honey Laundering and Other Problems Bee-Setting American Apiculture

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TitleBees in Crisis: Colony Collapse, Honey Laundering and Other Problems Bee-Setting American Apiculture
IDENTIFIERS
PIDvideo:1087
Meeting Sequence Number2011_04_003
ASSOCIATED NAMES
American Philosophical Society Annual Meeting (2011)
speakerBerenbaum, M. (May)
CONTENT DESCRIPTION
AbstractDr. Berenbaum gives us a whirlwind tour of the life of bees. She goes through a little of the history of beekeeping in the United States, ending with the 21st century mass honey making industry.
NoteBerenbaum is the founder of the Insect Fear Film Festival: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Insect_Fear_Film_Festival
LanguageEnglish (eng)
Subject (local) History of Science
Subject (lcsh) Bees, Diseases and pests
Subject (lcsh) Bees, United States
Subject (lcsh) Ecological disturbances, United States
Subject (local) APS Meeting Videos
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION
TypeMovingImage
GenreLecture
Formatvideorecording
Extent00:35:30
Digital Originborn digital
ORIGIN INFORMATION
Date Issued2011-04-28
PublisherAmerican Philosophical Society
Placepau
PlacePhiladelphia, PA
PARENT COLLECTION
TitleAmerican Philosophical Society Archives. Series X.
Call NumberAPS.Archives
URLhttp://www.amphilsoc.org/mole/view?docId=ead/APS.Archives-ead.xml
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